Post Reply sorry i tased you" on cake doesnt cut it
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LOL
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I wonder if the cake was good.
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She probably threw it away to avoid bribery charges.
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"Note: This article previously used a photo (seen below) from the the Pensacola News Journal of the purported cake. It appears this photo was used in error, as it is seen in posts online dating back as far as two years ago. "
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The stuff she's suing him for seems like boilerplate ambulance chasing lawyer, though.
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She should thank her lucky stars that she wasn't a black man and eat a damn slice.
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That's hilarious. Who wouldn't want a cake with "Sorry I Tased You" written on it? That should be a standard option in bakeries.

Guys - Imagine getting one of those the day AFTER valentines. You could make up an EPIC story about the night before.

Or giving one All you have to do is have a story ready.
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Wow, if you read the article linked to the one that the OP provided, the male officer in question really did overstep his bounds and authority with this woman.

From the article: "The incident allegedly occurred in June 2015, when Wohlers finished his patrol shift and stopped to visit Byron at an apartment complex where she was employed. Documents from the Sheriff's Office and the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission say Wohlers discharged his stun gun during "horseplay" with Byron, but Byron and her attorney said Wednesday there was no "play" involved in the incident.

The suit alleges when Wohlers arrived at the apartment complex, he "used his apparent law enforcement authority to intimidate, harass, and threaten plaintiff ... about her personal life. Because Wohlers did not like how Plaintiff failed to respond to his show of authority, Wohlers became increasingly aggressive toward employees at the apartment complex’s office, including with Ms. Byron."

The complaint claims Wohlers took Byron's sweet tea from her and refused to give it back. When Byron approached Wohlers to retrieve the drink, he allegedly discharged the stun gun into her chest and throat. The complaint also alleges when Byron fell to the ground, Wohlers "jumped onto Ms. Byron, kneeing her in the chest" and "forcefully removed the Taser prods.""

He's damn lucky that he didn't possibly kill her, which he could have done with that taser had she had a heart condition or other physical condition in her chest or throat that could have been aggravated by the taser. And no wonder she was upset that the guy tried to bring her a damn cake to apologize for it. That wouldn't cut it with me either.
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